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Johnson Wagner into top 100 with Sony win
Johnson Wagner won his third PGA Tour title at the Sony Open in Hawaii, with a final round of 67, to claim a two-shot victory over four players who all tied for second place.

They were Carl Petterson, Sean O'Hair and Harrison Frazar, who all matched Wagner's 67 on the day, plus Charles Howell-III, who managed only a one-under-par 69.

Wagner played bogey-free over the last 12 hole and the win puts Wagner in the Masters, and ends his two-week working vacation in Hawaii with a tie for ninth at Kapalua and a win at Waialae. Going into the year, Wagner had only seven top 10s in his career.

Wagner jumps into the World Top 100 for the first time in his career with a 106 spot rise to World Number 92.

Luke Donald completes 33 consecutive weeks as World Number One, and has surpassed Vijay Singh’s stretch of 26 weeks at World Number One between September 2004 and March 2005, making Donald’s stint at the top – apart, of course, from Tiger Woods – the longest since Greg Norman’s 96 weeks from 1995 to 1997

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